In Chico last Friday to open California-Division II 8-man league play, the Princeton Eagles had no trouble with the Westwood Lumberjacks as they came away with a 50-12 win and remain unbeaten on the season.
Princeton (3-0, 1-0) ran wild in the game, with Jose Hernandez gaining 210 yards on 18 carries, Alessandro Sullivan rushing 19 times for 179 yards, and Cris Winn rolling up 120 yards in 13 tries.
Sullivan scored four times for the Eagles, while Hernandez accounted for two touchdowns, and Winn tacked on one more.
On defense, Sullivan and Corwyn Roberson each recorded eight tackles, and Diego Serrato was credited with a fumble recovery.
The Eagles return to action tonight when they host Big Valley at 6 PM.